On Stage & On Tour
July J, 2017
Est-ce que le pacte entre Hydro-Québec et la population québécoise tient toujours, sommes-nous toujours « Maîtres chez nous » ?
All Plays & Projects
J’aime Hydro is Annabel Soutar’s most recent collaboration with actress and budding playwright Christine Beaulieu about the future of energy production in Quebec. (French language production)
A docudrama about the politics of water in Canada. It was part of Toronto’s Pan/Parapan American Games’ cultural program in July 2015.
81% of Canadians live in urban areas. How are we supposed to commune with water as we once did? The Water Shed will provide Canadians with a space and a moment to do so, to tap into the key message, “We Are Water.”
Seeds is a provocative reenactment of the Monsanto vs. Percy Schmeiser legal showdown and its impact on the global debate about GMOs.
Fredy is Annabel Soutar’s latest documentary play about the tragic death of Fredy Villanueva who was shot by a Montreal police officer in Montreal North in 2008. Premiering in March 2016 at La Licorne in Montreal, directed by Marc Beaupré.
Two actors, Brett and Maude, become interested in the story of an overpass collapse in Laval that killed 5 people. When they discover that no one has taken any responsibility for this disaster, they start their own investigation to find out why it fell down.
Import/Export explores the relationship between Canada and China as they attempt to navigate through a period of extreme economic transformation.
What is it like to be Algerian in Montreal? More than 30,000 Algerian immigrants have a say. A few of their stories are portrayed in Montréal la blanche.
Santé! is a documentary series of seven short plays that explore the health care issue in Quebec.
In 2000, when the dot com speculative bubble bursts, a young woman embarks on a study of stock market investing to understand, once and for all, the behavioral crux of capitalism.
Drawn from hundreds of interviews done all across Quebec during the electoral campaign of 1998, Novembre offers a unique look on Quebec and Quebeckers.